Our Principals, Jannek Cederberg PE, and Jason Cummins, PE, conducted a review of the study to provide input in an effort to find a solution that both meets the engineering criteria as well as maintains the functionality and aesthetic of the waterfront.
The Leadership Engage program, LPBC’s flagship program, is a highly competitive 10-month program which offers participants a transformative learning experience with the intent to better Palm Beach County.
From adopting a nest at Bill Baggs State Park, to designing and permitting our beach projects with Sea Turtle Construction Conditions in mind, Cummins Cederberg is committed to protecting sea turtles for future generations.
Construction is underway on the repairs to the eminent Dinner Key Marina. Fronting Biscayne Bay in historic Coconut Grove, the Dinner Key Marina is one of the largest wet slip marinas in Florida, as well as the eastern U.S.
Jon Cunningham is a Project Engineer responsible for performing structural design, above and below water condition inspections, project planning and construction assistance for our projects involving coastal and marine structures.
The island was once an industrial sand excavation site and is now a beautiful destination island. Cummins Cederberg led all surveying, beach design, shoreline stabilization, EIA preparation, coastal studies, and construction administration.
Cummins Cederberg proudly sponsored a sea turtle nest at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park on Key Biscayne through the Friends of Florida’s Adopt-a-Nest program and became adoptive parents to 100 or so baby loggerheads!
The lift pier extension project, engineered by Cummins Cederberg in Miami, will allow Derecktor Dania to fully utilize the lifting capacity of the existing hoist and permit vessels up to 220 feet length overall (LOA).
Danielle H. Irwin, M.Sc., has joined Cummins Cederberg as a Director in our new Tallahassee office. She specializes in water resource management and has extensive expertise in waterfront development, shoreline erosion prevention, coastal management, resiliency...
Corals have declined as much as 80-90% in the U.S. and Caribbean since the 1980’s. As a coastal and marine engineering firm, we understand the importance of natural healthy shorelines and always aim to protect, preserve and enhance all-natural marine ecosystems on projects.